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Posted - 07/14/2009 :  13:28:35  Show Profile  Visit clubvst's Homepage Send clubvst a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Free to all Nebula Commercial Customers!

I have created a new program for users that mix at 96kHz.

This program is a solution for users who wish to take advantage of professional programs created at 44.1 without sacrificing ultra-high end content they have recorded at 96kHz.

When processing a track or bus with a program at 44.1, simply open a second instance of Nebula in parallel, and load this 96K program on the same content. It will allow all high frequency content from your 96kHz recording to remain un-processed and at its original volume, without and phase or accuracy concerns.

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Here are a few examples of use:

1- on a single track

Track 1 is a 96kHz vocal you have recorded. You want to use a "Retro" eq on the vocal. Load Nebula on Track 1 and load the "Retro" eq of choice.

Open your Track 1 vocal file on Track 2 and load Nebula (or duplicate depending on DAW). Load the 96K program on Track 2, and you are set to go. Track 1 has your eq that you desire to use, and Track 2 allows a perfect translation of your original file's high frequency content! Another option is to render the eq'd track, then change your Nebula program from the eq to 96K and render, then load the two tracks into your session.

2- on a single bus/group

Let's say you are adding a tube sound to a drum bus which is made up of 7 drum tracks, all recorded at 96kHz. Load your tube program in Nebula on the Drum Bus. Create a second Drum Bus with an instance of Nebula and load the 96K program. That's it! Another option is to render your Drum Bus and then change Nebula from the tube program to the 96K program, render, and load both rendered tracks into the session.

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